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2003.12.04 EventCalender

Dec 03,2003
MUSEUM EVENTS

ASIA EROS MUSEUM

It may seem as if sexual references are taboo in the Far East, but it is sexual energy that symbolizes life here at the museum. Erotic culture in East Asia is introduced through paintings, artifacts and documents, including a giant phallus outside the entrance. Take a look at the old paintings with surprisingly detailed descriptions and witness the wishes of old folks for healthy lineages.
Take subway line No.3 to Anguk station, exit 1
(02) 733-7719
www.asiaerosmuseum.com


SEOUL MUSEUM OF LITERATURE

Visitors can witness the fabulous history of Korean literature of the past 100 years. Works of great Korean writers are on display through books, poems and in multimedia formats.
Take subway line No. 3 to Dongguk University station, exit 2
(02) 2267-4857
www.kmlm.or.kr

AT THE DEPARTMENT STORES

HYUNDAI

Main branch: Santa Market 2003. Santa's village welcomes everyone to take a peek at Santa Clause’s sweet shop, buy Christmas ornaments or take pictures among the Christmas decorations. Sky dome on the roof level will be filled with Christmas decorations, gift ideas and cards until 6 p.m. daily until Christmas.
Southern Seoul, Apgujeong-dong
(02) 547-2233
www.ehyundai.com


LOTTE

Seoul branches: Lotte is holding a Ski/ Snowboard Festival. Skis, snowboards and accessories from Rossignol, K2, and Nordica will be available at heavily discounted prices. Shoppers can also purchase ski resort tickets. The first 300 shoppers at the festival who make purchases of more than 300,000 won ($251) will receive free tickets to Korean ski resorts. The festival runs until the end of January.
www.lotteshopping.com
Pohang branch: 3d anniversary celebration inlcudes music and events.
Pohang, North Gyeongsang province
Sunday starting at 10:30 a.m.
(054) 230-1000

HOTEL EVENTS

LOTTE HOTEL SEOUL

Ongoing: “Cantonese Cuisine Festival.” The Chinese restaurant Toh Lim presents seafood dishes prepared using natural ingredients and little oil. Delicacies such as shark’s fin soup with crab meat, sauteed scallops and broccoli, steamed live lobster with garlic sauce and sauteed beef with oyster sauce are on the menu. Prices range from 50,000 won ($42) to 85,000 won.
Central Seoul, Jung-gu
(02) 759-7560
www.lottehotel.co.kr


GRAND INTERCONTINENTAL

Ongoing: “Happy Hour.” Enjoy your favorite draft beer and wine, with unlimited snacks from 6 to 8 p.m. weeknights at Hunter’s Tavern, a British-style pub. A live band performs nightly. The event, with unlimited refills, costs 13,000 won
Southern Seoul, Samseong-dong,
(02) 559-7619
www.seoul.intercontinental.com

SOCIAL CALENDAR

CANADIAN CHRISTMAS BALL

Saturday: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea’s snazzy Yuletide affair will feature carolers, delectable cuisine, raffles and plenty of tunes to boogie down to. The menu includes prawn and oyster salad, smoked salmon and couscous as appetizers; main courses of turkey and glazed ham, and chocolate cheesecake and apple pie for dessert. Tickets are 55,000 won ($46) until Thursday, 60,000 won afterward. Reserve online at www.ccck.org/social_christmas.htm.
Lotte Hotel
Central Seoul, near City Hall
(02) 2259-0608


HOLIDAY CHARITY BAZAAR

Today: Twenty businesses will sell trees, a variety of Christmas ornaments and holiday gift items such as handbags, jewelry, scarves, ceramics, carpets, kids’ toys and Vietnamese lacquerware. Proceeds will benefit the Namsan Children’s Home, an orphanage. Among the participants is Le Saint-Ex, a French restaurant, which will offer some of its best-selling dishes. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Seoul Club, near National Theater
Eastern Seoul
Take subway line No. 3 to Dongguk University Station
(02) 2238-7666



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